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Nov
7
answered Returning only the portion of a line after a matching pattern
Nov
4
comment How do I exit a script in a conditional statement?
@GarrettHall this is identical to the one liner that is in the previous answer. The only different between a one-liner, and a multi-line answer, is formatting.
Nov
4
comment How do I exit a script in a conditional statement?
your logic is backwards. in your example, if id -u == 0, which would mean that you are root. You want [[ $(id -u) != 0 ]]; then.
Nov
4
comment Making a simple PHP script process text in a pipe
thanks @janmoesen, for the PHP and STDIN tip.
Nov
3
answered How to configure a Frame Relay in Unix/Linux?
Nov
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answered How do I track all the most recent file changes on my UNIX system?
Nov
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comment Making a simple PHP script process text in a pipe
i'm glad to hear that.
Nov
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answered Making a simple PHP script process text in a pipe
Nov
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answered Changing terminal emulators
Oct
31
answered how to disallow user to change process group
Oct
29
revised GNU/Hurd vs. GNU/Linux
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Oct
29
answered KVM: network partially lost for the host, guests are fine
Oct
29
answered GNU/Hurd vs. GNU/Linux
Oct
28
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Oct
28
comment How to limit the disk space for any user?
you didn't read the documentation linked in the original question, did you? setting maximum space consumption limits for users and groups is exactly what quotas are for.
Oct
28
revised How to limit the disk space for any user?
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Oct
28
answered Command to get cpu cores in LINUX IA64
Oct
28
revised Is there a command which will force Linux to flush cache of one file on an NFS share?
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Oct
28
answered Download using wget to a different directory than current directory
Oct
28
comment VIM: Create a function to generate several lines of buffer
i think snipMate adds some nice functionality over what vim alone can do. Thanks for the tip.